Case study: Enterprise Management Incentive (EMI) options for key employees
Case study takeaways: Our client is a platform designed to support ecommerce growth. haysmacintyre assisted with structuring equity remuneration packages for key employees. The incentive package was agreed utilising available tax advantages and within the client’s timeframe. The challenge Our client wished to offer equity incentives to its key employees. Enterprise Management Incentive (EMI) options […]
Hospitality case study: Coronavirus Job Retention scheme investigation
Case study takeaways:
- Company A operates in the hospitality sector.
- haysmacintyre assisted the client with an HMRC Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) investigation.
- Reduced company’s liability from £180k to zero within one week following our involvement.
We worked with a company to make a historic and current year claim going back two years under both the SME and large company schemes (for subsidised expenditure) which resulted in our client receiving a repayment of £120,000.
EIS and SEIS
We prepared a note detailing the benefits of EIS for the prospectus being sent to prospective investors and ensured the hive up was actioned correctly. The company was subsequently able to secure EIS for its investors on the £1.1m raised and we prepared the relevant paperwork, including the EIS1 forms and EIS3 certificates.
We began acting for our client, a leading distributor of broadcast quality advertising and new music to UK and Ireland’s radio and TV stations, when it was turning over less than £500k. Throughout our 15 years of acting for them, we provide comprehensive advice and support.
Helping a digital marketing company outsource their entire accounting function
Helping a digital marketing company outsource their entire accounting function.
Real time reports for a multi-million pound property development group
Providing accurate, real time reports for a multi-million pound property development group.
Effective tax planning needs understanding – whilst every property transaction is different, recognising the tax issues and reconciling the often competing tax requirements of the parties to the transaction is a constant.